Each one of our writers is carefully evaluated before being hired. Quality is our priority, and we only employ those who can deliver just that. Your content won’t only be produced by capable writers with perfect English proficiency, as they are also trained to excel at all types of content writing and online marketing.
This approach is an easy way for sub-par writers to rack up their word count. However, we do not use filler words, complicated constructions or repeated points to achieve higher word count more easily. We’ve succeeded in bridging the gap between content quality and affordability.
Each one of our clients has a right to unlimited revisions until they are satisfied with the final product. We incorporate an incentive program for our writers, who receive a big bonus if their first draft is accepted by the client. This way, it is in everyone’s best interest to deliver a perfect copy from the first try.
If the content we provide is anything less than superb, we offer a full money-back guarantee. You’re entitled to a refund if the content you ordered is not delivered on time or is of inferior quality compared to what we promised. In other cases, we’ll provide you with unlimited revisions.
We don’t misinterpret your order and write something that you haven’t requested. That’s a lose-lose situation which only leads to us both losing valuable time. That is why we first make sure we understand exactly what you’re looking for, down to the tiniest detail. You won’t have to do anything, as we’ll contact you.
Stretching the wordcount is a writing technique we are well aware of. We do not make sentences purposefully longer by using filler words, or by repeating points in order to reach the required word count more easily. We like to keep it dense and informative, unless otherwise requested by our clients.
We don’t write common knowledge and try to pass it off as informative, unless it could actually be informative to the reader. We avoid statements such as “Vitamins are good for your body, and so is water.” We don’t want to dull the writer by stating something he or she most likely already knows.
We don’t drift off topic by generalizing or by talking about anything but what is required. We stay on point.